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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Fri 15 Nov 2019
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FC Halifax Town travel south this weekend to taje on 9th placed Woking just a point behind Bromley at the top of the table. The Shaymen have won six games on the road this season, whilsy Woking have only won one game since the 31st August

In the other games, League leaders Bromley will be looking for their seventh home win of the season as they take on Harrogate Town

Bromley haven’t won in their two league games since beating Town on the 26th October whilst Harrogate lost 4-2 away at Eastleigh in their last league game

Yeovil Town will host Dover Athletic in front of the BT Sport cameras, they drew 1-1 with Boreham Wood at Huish Park in their last league game whilst Dover drew 0-0 away at AFC Fylde before their FA Cup win over Southend.

Barrow have won 9 out of their last 10 league games and they will travel to Notts County in 8th place who drew 2-2 at home to Hartlepool in their last game

Three wins on the bounce for Torquay United see the Devon side in 5th place and they will entertain Sutton United who have only won two away games all season and are currently 23rd in the table

Solihull will be looking for their third league win in a row when they take on 20th placed side AFC Fylde, who have won only two away from the Mill this season.

10th placed Barnet will take on 13th placed Stockport County who are both on 28 points for ths eason but goal difference separates the two sides

Boreham Wood will be looking for their fourth home win of the campaign as they take on Maidenhead United who sit one place below them in the table. They have won five on the road out of their 10 games so far

Chesterfield have won three and drawn one in their last four games which has seen them move up to 18th in the table, they will take on the league’s bottom side Chorley who have not won on the road so far but have drawn six of their 10 away games to date

Dagenham host Aldershot Town having lost their last three league games in a row, whilst the Shots won their last league game 2-0 at home to Maidenhead

22nd placed side Ebbsfleet will host midtable side Hartlepool looking for only their second home win of the campaign and Hartlepool for their fifth away win of the season

Full Games: 

Barnet vs Stockport County

Boreham Wood vs Maidenhead United

Bromley vs Harrogate Town

Chesterfield vs Chorley

Dagenham & Redbridge vs Aldershot Town

Ebbsfleet United vs Hartlepool United

Notts County vs Barrow

Solihull Moors vs AFC Fylde

Torquay United vs Sutton United

Woking vs FC Halifax Town

Yeovil Town vs Dover Athletic (5.20pm)

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